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live from the new station this is kron 4 morning news. >> here we are at 4:00 a.m. a quick look from our group camera in san francisco. not as warm as yesterday in fact today is the beginning of the gradual cool down. >> we will see quite a bit of the cool down fairly warm in some spots. no more triple digits and looks like we will stay out of record territory. here's a shot of the golden gate bridge the fog is cake then so we are seeing the return of low clouds and fog. cooling trend kicks and and it could get breezy. current temperatures
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cooler the north where they were yesterday. san francisco 63 but we are still at 70 in oakland, hayward. 72 in three san jose. we will heated up fairly quickly getting in the '80s by 10:00 a.m. then my new keeping '80s around. your afternoon highs will talk about much lower. yesterday plenty of triple digits today topping out into the 80s and 90s. by 8:00 a.m. into the '60s and '70s. here's a look at the numbers 924 santa rosa, 94 not but, of vallejo, mid-80s through places like hayward and fremont. along the coast temperature 70 degrees
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through half moon bay. could be a nice day to head to the beach. morgan hill low 90s. 7 day around the bay much cooler today but we will continue with that cooling trend through the work week and into the weekend. hong >> a quiet start to the commute. after a quick bridge check and take it over to the bay bridge toll plaza just a few cars on the road for your westbound ride. it doesn't look like any signs of road work so the lanes should be all open towards san francisco. thinking of taking the san mateo bridge everything is well there the tail lights and the commute direction that headlights making their way east down and they were right now tracking a drive time of 12 minutes across a spathe golden e
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bridge. traffic wiser south bound ride into the city nobody went to san francisco 22 minutes. >> for 02 a.m. fire season is just hitting its peak right now. san jose firefighters are on alert they are ready to go much like the middle of summer. all the hot weather is making them nervous. crag shows us what they're doing to stay ready. >> this vehicle normally sits here but with their red flag day will be out and about. two extra people manning the screw. >> when we go out on they event the patrol comes with us. >> patrol means extra firefighters to stations striptease sick leave by the eastern. did not have to be
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patrol like july 4th. but they are on call for morning until 10:00 p.m. in case something happens in these dry grassy hills considered more dangerous than they look. >> i think you guess around 3 ft. obviously now were up to it it is a lot taller. this is probably 5-6 ft. tall you can see we will have a problem if this gets going. this is a steep hill houses on top. to access those houses weekend driver injuns up there so that's why we have the staffing of our british patrol >> no hydrants to be found the hope is to save these homes in the late fire season. in san jose kron 4 news. >> a judge has blocked the execution of a convicted rapist and murderer jonathan blum shows us. >> federal judge has done a 180.
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he reversed his own ruling that would have given california the go-ahead to execute albert brown. now his execution is on hold until of least early next year. nine page ruling he says the ninth circuit court has ordered him to take a closer look at california's new execution policies and he cannot do that in today's. the judge says he did not have the full story when he made his last ruling. the state knew but never disclosed to the court that its loss few doses of sodium expire this friday that a nationwide shortage means it can get more of the drug until early next year. without soak p.m. it is impossible to do lawful lethal injection. he notes that with just seven and a half grams of the drug left it doesn't even
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have enough for training. another fact they never disclosed to the court. the drug shortage is hardly a reason to rush the execution and ordered it halted until he or an appeals court decides otherwise. as albert brown has not proven he will suffer extreme pain. but he has raised questions of fact there the judge says he will look into those questions in the meantime brown will remain alive. jonathan blum kron 4 news. >> the execution brought protesters to san quentin. dozens of people showed up to protest executions. this is one of several demonstrations across the state. california has been in a legal battle over lethal injection. >> decision 2010 the first
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debate between the candidates for california governor in fact we have video of the scene lasting. as meg whitman and jerry brown squared off. the candidates traded blows over education, immigration, mainly though the debate focused on the disappearance stances on how to fix the economy. >> i would start by example i would say i will cut 15-20 percent of the governor's office. i would say to the legislature is your turn next. then we start with the agency's then we go from there. i have done budget's most of them were on time. when was late by week. nothing like this mess. i know how to do what i have the willpower, the independence, i know a lot of things like the energy commission. we can't cut.
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don't believe when they say they have not cut to the bone. >> mr. brown's campaign has been funded by the eye of unions and it will be there to collect their ious. we need to do what's right for all of the people. we have to renegotiate public benefits and reform welfare. those are two things i would conquer first appeared >> democrat jerry brown is leading the equipment in the race for governor but only slightly. brown leads whitman 49-44% the survey shows while brown is are favored by women and latinos few younger voters are backing him. we will have more stories coming up in a few moments on the kron 4 morning news. including lead is traffic and weather. @2
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for all nine a m l 8 person has died because of the san bruno gas explosions. frankel lived down the street from the source of the blast. the explosion was front and center at a u.s. hearing on capitol hill. she was calling for more inspectors >> first it doubles the number of pipeline safety inspectors. from the current number of 100. responsible for 217,000 mi. of interstate pipeline carried to 200. each inspector is responsible for over 2,000 mi. of pipeline. that is the distance from san francisco to chicago. >> the accident has prompted several proposals aimed at beefing up pipeline security including a plan the get more of
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a bigger find. emergency agency is turning down requests for millions in disaster aid tied to the pipeline explosion. the agency says the state and local government and the utility can cover the cost of recover on their on however fema will reimburse california for up to 75 percent of firefighter expenses. there was a gas leak scare in east bay. a shelter was issued for people near sibiu parkway in alameda. a construction crew causally get 3:30 p.m. no roads had to be closed and that sheltered place order was lifted. nothing major obviously happening. police are trying to track down are rape
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suspect. we have a picture is a white male 25 years old 5 ft. 8 in. tall 1 07 pounds he has black hair and brown eyes and distinctive tattoos on his face and neck. he was staying with his grandmother the right hand and into the apartment next to her spirit when she heard screaming she sought our grandson attacking the woman appeared she was beaten and raped. she he also stole about a thousand dollars. >> i want this man back in jail immediately he has tattoos he is a predator that need to go back to prison. he should be in a location on foot. >> about noon yesterday the suspect is a parolee and considered dangerous. he may be using public transportation to get around. a break at 4:12 a.m.
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than yesterday in san francisco 63. we will warm up quickly in the morning getting into the 80s by 10:00 a.m. than holding on to the '80s may be a few 90s in the afternoon and topping it out into the '90s. you remember for the past couple of days in all the purple across the board. today it looks like we will see sterile clear of that. it will be a bit different than what we have in seeing. here's a look at numbers for you getting up to 92. no more trouble digits 96 for fairfield 94 not buy into volatile. in the peninsula 86 for redwood city we are keeping a fairly warm along the coast 70 degrees rathman bay, certainly going to the beach today. los gatos 92, 91 for san jose. here's your 7 day around bay. after today continuing to
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collect all for your thursday, friday, saturday. temperatures into the 80s los '70s around the bay low sixties for the coast. it could get breezy in the afternoon today. >> ideal drive times and it traffic department. it looks like all lanes are clear along the upper deck no back up at the toll meter and lights are off there is no construction so keeping the drive time eight minutes from the foot of the amazing to fremont street. cortines bridge to the maze is clocking in at 18 minutes right now. these are ride at the san mateo ride a little more cars but still moving fairly well. no reports of any problems or delays in either direction across the span. the golden gate bridge looks foggy. one car within camera shot right now
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headed southbound in the commuter action novato it is in francisco 22 minutes right now. highway 37 to the east bay is a short eight minute ride right now. a quick look at the milbank cameral 1 01 moving fine in both directions. >> for 4:00 p.m. more news six year-old girl is recovering from a gunshot wound this morning she was hit was sleeping in a back bedroom. we brought this to you yesterday. we went to the house and explains what happened. >> look at the outset of this house riddled with bullet holes. a closer look at the inside shows exactly where the gun shop entered this back bedroom or six year-old lesley ramirez was sleeping with her mom and dad. a family member point to where one of the bullets hit one pillow. one bullet did hit her
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little sister carried >> she hit in our. i was talking to her she seems to be ok. >> karen doesn't think the gunmen were looking for the little sister but believes a brother is a target. the is not the first time somebody tried their hurt him. richard says reports about the shooting being gang rape lated is not accurate. >> i'm not know gangbanger. >> he said that the subject is sensitive in his neighborhood. they have no motive and investigators need witnesses to come for to help them find the person responsible for the crime. in oakland kron 4 news. >> oakland police chief anthony took a teddy bear to the six year-old victim. he talks about why he wanted to visit.
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>> we are stopping by to let her know we love her and we are glad she gets to wake up to another day. from my driving call is to save in a sense. to save our future the five years olds, six year-old, eight year-old spirit when babysitter impacted that's tough and it shouldn't be kids should be allowed to grow up without being afraid of stray bullets. >> the chief went on to say please have no suspects in custody. the school board is looking for proposal about kron 4 chris d. connolly explains what this means. >> the attendance zone for elementary school in san francisco have not changed since 1980's. the boundaries did not play a big role in the past but what the new assignment system beginning next year they will.
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parents will still choose what school their kid goes to for high demand coulometry schools where there are more students than spots available students will be placed using tiebreakers. a first if they have a sibling enrolled in the school, second if they live in the attendance school. third is the same live in an area with lowest test score averages, fifth if they live in attendance area that does not have space for students. as we underlain how many attendants line is underlined you can see it is a big factor. drawing the boundaries were not easy. >> we look to see where the major highways and roads and parks work. we wanted to make it as logical and safe as possible. some >> feel that their blocks away
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from the school but not in the attendance boundary. parents also get a choice but if it's in a high demand elementary school if you're not in the attendance area and you may not getting. >> we will take a break get come back with more headlines. a quick look for mark golden gate bridge we have fog out there this morning. @2
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market headline stock futures down just a bit but we are managing to end yesterday's action with gains. the dow jones is on track for its best september since 1939 with a gain of a percent. aig speeding up plans to pay back the tax payer debt. an announcement in the next couple of days. campbell soup's ceo will step down next year after more than a decade at the helm. gold tops $1,300 an ounce mark. new details as well organizers' between an effort to recall managers say they have gathered signatures to send the decision to the voters. the recall targets oscar hernandez and three members taking in a
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bloated salaries in the mostly blue-collar town. the six pictures head to their registers office for verification. a survey says americans are an increasingly pessimistic about jobs. with consumer price index falling. as catherine shows us their few bright spot for it including holiday hiring. >> toys r us announces it will hire 45,000 of people to work the holiday season. that will actually double the company's workforce. it's 10,000 more than they typically pick up for the holidays. the company will open 600 smaller stores in malls and shopping centers to be called tories are us an express. to be more competitive with target and wal-mart. ups and macy's are among other companies planning to increase fees than hiring.
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2009 they added more than 501,000 jobs and annually. analysts say could go higher this year. some good news for loss that is the unemployment rate is over 14 percent the strips newest resort is set to open december 15th it is now hiring. it has 5000 jobs to fill. >> one who is interested in bringing talents to their jobs but also personality curiosity. >> experts say people who are interested in holiday job should not wait. some retailers have started interview process. sooner rather than later. new numbers show the democrats were sorry the dramatic toll of the recession recession has had on
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marriage has a toll. it is at the lowest rate in a hundred years. 52 percent said there were married compared to 57% in 2000. it was released yesterday a surging demand first food stamps far less home ownership and people doubling up and housing to save money. car accidents are the leading cause of death for teens. there's a push for congress to pass legislation sandra is in washington with the latest. >> tougher regulation on team drivers that's the debate being posed to congress when it comes to bringing teams stayed behind and will add it the kids say there should be standard rules. >> it makes sense that if you know something is working at local level you take federal action to encourage everybody around the country to take steps
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that can save lives. >> they want a national graduated licensing. more privileges for young drivers in phases. first a learner's permit at 16, then intermediate after passing road test but prohibits nighttime driving, and then a full license. >> i'm a 16 year-old team driver for teenagers safe driving is not as simple as taking away a cellphone. new team drivers face of the rest by driving with a 13th as passengers and driving unsupervised at night. >> some parents say it will make their jobs easier to stop drivers from risky driving. >> parents don't have to be the bad guys when they say no you can't take your friends in the car. no you can't drive late tonight. >> despite the pleas there is no
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time frame as to if or when the legislation would move through congress. in washington >> main was surprising steady about taxing and driving in acclaims the laws that ban taxing well driving does not reduce accidents they may increase the risk. insurance institute compile data from four states since including california before and after drive and text was ban. the number of crashing increased after the bans were implemented. it may be because they are trying to keep phones out of view of police. a bridge not for 20 8:00 a.m. complete lookit forecaster ahead.
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but look at your golden gate bridge camera here is the fog we were talking about. it is out there a cool star for today but funny how this afternoon louises falling that. >> big difference in the forecast today. fog across the golden gate bridge. however temperatures cooler. yesterday we set records which many highs. santa rosa came in around 104, san rafael 99, sfo 95, oakland 100 degrees, san jose 99, livermore 105. plenty of records. we will steer clear of
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record temperature today. we will cool down by 17 degrees in san francisco, and san rafael, 10 degrees in oakland, and concord. overall temperatures will take a dive we will talk about temperatures jumping up into the 80s by 10:00 a.m.. by noon time throwing in some '90s but staying there. mixture of '80s and '90s into your afternoon cooling it down into the '70s 80 60s along the coast by 8:00 a.m.. here's a look in your numbers getting up to 92 in santa rosa, a big difference, san francisco midsectiomid-60'sr livermore and into the south bay temperatures into the low 90s in some lot more relocations. here some day run bay shows cool temperatures for the rest of the work week. by the weekend into
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the 80s inland to '70s around the bay and '60s for the coast. checking on commute with erica. >> if you're headed out the door right now you are good to go no problems on our bay area roads and bridges. doing a quick bridge check the bay bridge toll plaza still a few cars on the road for your westbound ride. from the foot of the maze toward fremont 8 minute trip right now. golden gate bridge foggy out there a couple of more cars but still very easy conditions for yourself bound ride towards the city right now. novato and to san francisco clocking in at 23 minutes. highway 37 is about in a minute trip. quick shot of the upper east shore freeway westbound 80 moving through albany you can see more company on the roads but still a nice and easy ride. delayed for right
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now your trip pass cooling gate fields into downtown san francisco 15 minutes. >> for 30 2:00 a.m. bart was able to weather the heat without delays. they're down 15-20 minute delays monday. some air-conditioner is are not working for a spokesman says all the they tried to plan for the heat they need. >> when you >> are talking spare the air days we will have lots of issues so we fully staff which tried to get every person on board ready to pounce on these problems with that said if we don't know about it and customers to report it we won't know about that air conditioning taking going reported at either end of the train cars. that way the people can pass on the problem and get
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air conditioning back on. >> extreme fire danger prompted clochard to alum park. one of the hottest spots was livermore that's where maureen kelly went and bear the heat to show us how hot it got. >> in livermore you can see this road crew doing the unthinkable. laying asphalt. my temperature gauges already pushing past 90 degrees at 11:15 a.m.. in my be thrown off by the fact that this blacktop is capped at 320 degrees. by noon time it's a bit of the it goes down here news and see why. my gauges reading 90 degrees only diehards are route. some bringing them girlish to shield themselves from the hon. it was closing in
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on 100 degrees which is why several restaurants at sidewalk tables empty. well inside they keep it 71 degrees the place was busy with customers looking to keep cool while they refuel. >> another scorcher day and said clara valley it's not a pretty sight. from these foothills overlooking downtown san jose you can actually see small been deuced bad air hanging over the valley we are being asked to spare the air the last few days by avoiding smog creating activities. all hot dirty job paving crews worked through the heat down in gallons of water in the process. cal fire has trucks' gas up and ready to go. up boater had a reservoir all to
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themselves. many residents tried to get the morning walk in early ahead of the heated the day. will the elderly are being advised to stay indoors and san jose could reach 96 degrees will breaker record set in 1966. >> they he reached 113 in los angeles monday. they're not sure if that topped. it got so if hot of the anemometer broke down there. southern california had two deaths possibly linked to the heat. you will get all the weather details at our web site. headlines this morning regarding the federal judge that block the execution of a convicted murderer and rapist jonathan
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blum looks at the decision. >> federal judge has done a 180. he has reversed his own role in that what of giving california the go-ahead to execute albert brown. now his execution is on hold until at least early next year. nine page ruling he says the ninth circuit court of appeals ordered him to take a closer look at the new execution policies and it cannot do that in today's he has left before brown is due to die. he says he did not have the full story when he made his last ruling he says the state knew but never disclosed his last few doses expire this friday. a nationwide shortage means the state can get more of the drug till early next year the judge adds without it is impossible to conduct all lawful lethal injection because that prevents them from feeling
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pain. he notes with only seven and a half grams of the drug left california doesn't have enough to use for training and other fact is they never disclosed to the court. judge fogel says the drug shortage is hardly a reason to rush execution and ordered it halted. albert brown has not proven there is a risky will suffer extreme pain during his death it appears brown has raised questions of fact as to whether california's new procedures are any better than the old ones. the judge says he will take the next few months to look into those questions in the meantime brown will remain alive. >> the execution plan execution brought demonstrators out to san quentin. others as well. this is several one of several demonstrations across the state. california has been a
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battleground over executions. the debate is centered on whether chemical execution is humane. we will take a break now looking good for your commute again complete @2 ñ
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an aide to a person has died as a response because of the san bruno gas explosion. he lived down the street from the blast. the mayor of san bruno and lawmakers were a capitol hill testifying about the blast and what changes need to be made to improve safety. keith johnson has the latest.
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>> numerous state and federal utility regulators told a panel hears a lot of for the needs to be done to ensure the safety of natural gas. >> the explosions happening meaning the work we did leading up to september 9th was an adequate here >> from being able to operate at high pressure. >> this is important this was a 30 in. pipeline operating at 300 psi. there was a lot of gas coming through this pipeline. it was 60 years old. >> san bruno as mayor and barbara boxer's continued to look for answers as to why it took two hours to turn off the gas. >> as it spewed for over an hour until it could be capped. one observer said it looked like hell on earth.
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>> but you're not suggesting that adequate are you? to take two hours to shut off this ball of fire. >> we will look at every way weekend to look their responses. >> california will not receive federal disaster dollars to pay for the clean up their recovery of the gas line explosion. the mess that a state and local companies should be able to cover the cost on their own. fema will cover 75 percent of the firefighting effort during that blast. the standoff is over and a man in custody this was the scene after man that was the strike threatened to drive off the san leandro marin and to the water. according to a store owner by the time the suspect was taken into custody the friends and was aboard. the
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wind where window was broken. the ban was towed away. the sheriff's department tried to figure out why a dead three men down there was left outside a grocery store. the sheriff's department says a white pickup truck was seen dumping the bears' body then speeding away. the animal had been shot in the shoulder. fishing games said the bear hunting season did start last month in some parts of the stake but why somebody would do this is beyond them. for 40 3:00 a.m. back with more in a moment. a shunt aside as we go. showing you again fire danger extreme today. so if you can and don't use any gas powered lawn mowers and the like.
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we are back at 4:44 a.m. the latest word on whether lilly's a standing by with your wednesday.
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halfway through the week. >> halfway through the we and we're continuing with warm temperature but not have hot temperature appeared a bit cool down today temperatures going down as much as 17 degrees in some locations today. low clouds and fog rolling back and said: trend kicking and we could see a bit of a breeze into the afternoon today. your current temperature 61 degrees through san francisco a big change from yesterday we're sitting in the '70s. 66 oakland, concorde spirit down in the south bay 71 degrees in san jose. 753 fremont 694 mountain view. here to o'clock hour will start to warmus up into the '70s and '80s by noon time all the red showing the '90s creeping away and. then yesterday we jumped into the triple digits today we will sit in the 80s, 90s and to
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the afternoon in: the back down to the '70s by the o'clock hour. those will cool down today not much difference along the coast. the beaches are pretty nice out there 75 for san francisco, 82 san rafael, temperatures and low 90s we are keeping it in the '80s around the bay 86 for redwood city, half moon bay sitting at 70 degrees so pretty comfortable. 924 los gatos 91 in through morgan hill. temperatures in the livermore valley into the upper 90s. steering clear of those triple digits. 97 for antioch. your 7 day around the bay continuing cooling trend in tomorrow in fact today will be in the triple digits tomorrow out of the '90s continuing to cool down to the weekend by the weekend will inland spots mid-80s low seventies around the bay was '60s for the coast. for 46 check
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on you. >> our roadways right now we have not seen anything close to a hot spot. pretty clear conditions outside you can see all is well the toll plaza still a few cars westbound towards an francisco right now we are tracking drive times not dealing with any over night construction. meter and light still offered now eight minutes from the foot of the maze into fremont street san francisco. san mateo bridge a few taillights headed in the commuter action towards foster city the headlights coming east down in a word no reports of problems are delays in either direction across the span looking at 13 minutes across the span. golden gate bridge a bit foggy but tax traffic moving at the limit right now no problems for san francisco crosstown traffic. a delay free ride make your way towards a peninsula on in down central and james like.
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eastbound to lord act is looking like a trouble-free ride. >> for 40 7:00 a.m. the two candidates in the governor race agree the economy is in bad shape. but they disagree plenty on other issues and how best to solve the problems. they squared off last night. it didn't take long for the sparks to fly. >> it began cordially enough of a mixed it up early tangling on special interest. >> he will bring people together all the special interests and the union that are there to collect their ious from the campaign that they have funded. >> tax cuts are targeted to billionaires and millionaires. it is a tax break tax break that will go to the richest people in the country.
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>> capital gains cut as the move to benefit those of the sheet labelled him tool of the labor union. >> jerry has a four year record of being quite liberal on crime. >> i don't wanna play politics with the death penalty. i will carry out the law against execution. >> there's humor when i asked about the restlessness >> in his early days> the last time you ran for president twice what assurances can you offer to voters at this time around should be your elected it would focus on the job. >> age. if i was running if i was younger i would be running again. >> will be following that >> >> santa clara county is opting out of secured community a federal program that uses the
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information for immigration enforcement. there is plenty of community support. into we are not like to allow him isopods and useful the county or agencies against our own citizens. >> active as a plotted supervisors' action will denouncing the assessment enforcement's for using fingerprints to deport victims of crimes tearing up out families. >> we don't feel secure the fear that we don't want a volunteer in their children's
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schools. >> the sheriffs this is not clear how they will get around the figure per reporting. for now old continue. opting out will make santa clara a safe haven leading to increased crime. unburdening services. >> president barack obama took on that topic of the immigration and new mexico where he met with families for the first of three meetings this week. >> this is a nation of immigrants it was built on immigrants. immigrants from every corner of the globe who brought their talent drive and energy to the shores because this was a land of opportunity. now we are a nation of laws so we have to make sure that our immigration system is orderly.
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and fair. so i think americans have a legitimate concern if the way we set up immigration system in the way we are borders is where people come and go as they please so i think it's still important to do is be a nation of laws and a firm our traditions. i think we can do that. what i've said is let secure borders yes let's make sure immigration system is fair and efficient. because of waiting times were lessened then a lot of people would be more prone to go through it all route than through an illegal route. >> the president traveled to wisconsin for connect to mention at the university of wisconsin. you can't expect him to make that campaign to are. >> 452 another break all live
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look outside your shot out of florida. there hurricane center says tropical depression is expected to strengthen into a storm and it could hit florida by this evening. @2 @2
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we are back time now 5:00 a.m. top stories at this hour federal judge blocked the execution of a convicted rapist and murderer in california. the first debate between jerry brown and egg whitman took place last night the issues at hand in a moment. disaster aid for the san bruno gas explosion has been denied at the federal level. we are following the weather. cooler today than yesterday. golden gate bridge we have fog out there. louise and has more of forecast. >> seeing the fog across the golden gate bridge clearer in some detail but temperatures everywhere getting ready to take a dive today. no more triple digits we will stay at of the record temperatures as well. cooling trend kicks in today.
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could get breezy as we head into the afternoon but here's a look at how much tanagers are expected to drop. 17 through san francisco and san rafael 10 degrees between concord and oakland 13 degrees in hayward. you can see the cool down across the board. currently temperatures cooler than where they were yesterday. 61 in san francisco 66 in through oakland, concord, 66 in livermore. '70s in fremont, san jose, throughout the afternoon we will warn those temperatures up into the 90s in san rosa. no more triple digits for the north bay, 75 in san francisco, along the peninsula temperatures in the '80s the coast will keep this at '70s. warmer spots at livermore
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cooling-off to 98 degrees high clouds moving inland today. 97 through antioch down in the south bay temperatures low 90s. your 7 day around the bay cool today but cools off more tomorrow continuing to have a cool trend as we head towards the weekend. by the weekend war inland spots one from triple digits down in to the '80s. los '70s around the bay low sixties for the coast. >> hot spot free start for your wednesday commute no incidents on the logs. bridge check traffic moving fine to the approach to the bay bridge toll plaza no back up jet. -lanes moving clear now. no over night construction's those made during lights are off eight minutes from the foot of the maze towards fremont street san francisco. san mateo bridge taillights in the commute direction towards foster city.
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tracking 13 minutes across the span. no problems or delays. the golden gate bridge foggy but traffic was everything is moving well. southbound new moving well this morning. you will have four lanes to shortly now. novato went to san francisco 580 clocking in at 8 minute ride. >> federal judge in san jose has block the execution of a convicted rapist and murderer. albert brown was quick to be put to death tomorrow night jeremy fogel suspended the execution until your views of policies. he cannot do that in time so he will put a stay of execution. the state knew but never disclosed to the court that its last few doses of sodium thiopental expire friday. a
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nationwide shortage means it cannot get more of it until their early next year. governors schwarzenegger will appeal. decisions 2010 news the first debate between the candidates for governor took place last month.last night. jerry brown ag whitman squared off. they traded blows on immigration education and the effectiveness of arnold schwarzenegger. the debate focused on the stances on how to fix this day at economic. >> i was scared by example i will cut 15-20% out of the governor's office and i will say to the legislature is to return next i would like to see used get 15-20% i know they can. then the agencies and go from there i have done a budget's most of them were on time. nothing like this mess i know how to do what i have the willpower i have the
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independence i know a lot of things like the energy commission being duplicated weekend that don't believe when people say they don't have back to the bone they are still fooling with fat up there. >> the campaign has been funded by the employee unions they will be there to collect ideal use and that is not in the best interest of california we have to do what's right for all of the people we will have to renegotiate pensions we have to reform welfare. those are two things i focus on first record >> candidate jerry brown is actually leading in the race for governor only slightly. the times shows brown is leading with 49 percent survey also found brown is favored by women and latinos but few young voters are backing him. that may be a problem. the economy is a big issue. 86 percent say the
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current is on the wrong track. gas line explosion the governor's office is weighing an appeal after the federal emergency management agency turned down millions in federal disaster aid. it believes state and local governments, along with pg&e can't cover the costs on its own. the mall will reimburse california for 75 percent of the fire fighting expenses. meanwhile eighth person has now died as a result of the gas line explosion appeared 58 year-old james frank though he has been hospital hospitalize this time. we will be right back live look from the oakland hills. fire danger is extreme dry
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line stock futures were down but we did manage to end with gains yesterday. two trading days left the dow jones is on track for its best september since 1939. we're looking at gains of 8% so far. aig is speeding up plans to pay back its debt and reduce majority stake in the giant. more word later this week. campbell soup ceo will step down next year after a decade. gold hitting an altered record $1,300 an ounce mark. organizers between an effort to recall bill city council members gather enough signatures to send the decision to the voters. they are suspected of taking and bloated salaries in that blue collar town. signatures had to the
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registers office for verification. 5:11 a.m. another break back in a couple of minutes. san mateo bridge traffic moving well no big problems to report moving at the limit across the spaniard was otherwise not bad. if you miss the forecast that's coming up next.
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welcome back to kron 4 morning news that time now is 5:15 a.m. james lick seeing some fog but you can see a clear shot of downtown san francisco. temperatures much different than where where yesterday in fact yesterday we had so many records we could not fit them on one back. santa rosa 104 beating the previous record, san rafael 99,
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as the fall '95, oakland triple digits yesterday, san jose 99 livermore 105. check out how much cooler temperatures are today. 17 degrees cooler in san francisco, concord 10 degree drop, 12 through redwood city, 11 in fremont. everybody taking a bit of a dive today. keeping it cool through much of the day. this morning still cooler than yesterday san francisco 61, 66 oakland, down and to the south bay 71 and for san jose 75 through fremont this morning. your highs today 92 for san rosa, 90 through napa and vallejo, 81 through richmond. eighties right around the direct bay area 86 through redwood city, beach weather though if
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you plan to have another beach day. 70 degrees all the we will see more cloud cover. high clouds moving inland bringing temperatures down in places like livermore but still into the upper 90s in livermore and antioch as well. south bay low 90s. dear 7 day around bay. cools off today and tomorrow and continues through the weekend. temperatures in the '80s inland low seventies around the bay the '60s for the coast. >> no hot spots to tell you about traffic moving at the limit everywhere slows sailing at the bay bridge toll plaza. keeping ideal drive times as you make your way toward san francisco. checking in on san mateo bridge traffic building but still moving well. taillights and the commute direction towards foster city. no problems or delays in the direction across the span. 13
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minutes across the span. golden gate bridge fog with a camera shot but traffic not affected. no problems with your south bound ride. wrapping up with the south bay 1 01 in san jose. headlights headed southbound right now problem free bit more comfort in the company for your north bound ride. we are not going to bomb of your drive time 14 minutes from downtown san jose to san clara. public transit all running right on timely now. >> team coverage to gay more news faster sole reporter yoli live in oakland hills. yoli we have a of a string of 100 degree. z >> it is interesting that temperatures are dropping a bit
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today but we still have extreme red flag for fire danger in has to do with humidity and also how much moisture is in the vegetation here it is dark out here but the vegetation is very dry. >> as you pan around everybody is worried about the oakland hills because of its history. it doesn't take much of a spark to set that off. >> yes exactly it does not take much. we have covered this story before you have to have a defensive line but today is not the day you do that. just pulling out your week by car or lot more it could start a fire. he tried to do that on the day you don't have extreme danger flag up. >> thank you yoli keeping an eye on the weather from the hills. we are following it from the south bay as well. i love park
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is closed again today no public access during the closure daily weather redoing will help determine whether not the world with advance. what board of directors issued a notice for 10% voluntary conservation. it was voluntary because of water conditions and the red shoes duration of the back deck. continued conservation conservation would benefit the state. a judge has ordered a closure for fisherman's wharf club were fatal shooting happened. city attorney filed lawsuit back in april against the owner of club swayed. every
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seventh shooting outside the club that left a 19 year-old dead. three others injured as well in the shooting but he also cited prior acts of vandalism. the judge decided to shut down the club. police trying to track down a rape suspect. we have a picture is his name white male 25 years old ways 1 70 lbs. black care brown eyes and distinctive tattoos on face and neck. he was staying with his grandmother and the rape happened in the apartment next to his grandmother. apparently she heard screaming when she went to investigate she told police she saw her grandson attacking the victims appeared the victim was beaten and raped at this point they think he stole the thousand dollars. >> i want this man from back in
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jail immediately he has distinctive tattoos he is a predator that needs to go back to prison. he should still be in and around the location. >> it had been noon yesterday the suspect as you heard the please indicate is a parolee considered dangerous he is believed to be using public transportation to get around. >> room catholic diocese in oakland is facing all lawsuit. the latest lawsuit filed by woman's claim she was molested in 1995 when she was 10 years old. the lawsuit accuses the diocese of negligence for failing to warn parishioners' 1970's that he had been the target of allegations. he was defrocked in 1987 he pleaded no contest to molesting a woman. he served a prison term as well. a break now more news in a moment
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and more weather and traffic as well.
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welcome back to the morning news. a look at the cool down you can expect for today temperatures jumping down by 17 degrees in san francisco, san rafael about 12 degrees interest then arose attend for napa oakland and also to concord. james. >> an update on jimmy carter he has remained in the hospital overnight after experiencing an upset stomach. he was lying to cleveland to promote his new
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book. he plans to resume his tour later today in washington. meanwhile residences south florida are bracing for more severe weather hurricane center says the depression is expected to strengthen into a storm that could hit florida this evening. public works are cleaning out claude storm drains. it could have winds up to 50 mi. an hour. mexican authorities say there are no confirmed deaths but 11 people are missing. here is some video. there is the damage. this new estimate is a big improvement over the original estimate of possible hundreds bury their dead. officials say three adults and eight children are missing. residents are digging through tried to find those missing people. the
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families of 33 miners are apparently in high spirits. they are plotting after surging in the drilling raised hopes that the rescue may come sooner than schedules. one of the drills made twice the progress yesterday. the miners could be pulled up nearly a month ahead of the official schedule. but those in charge per urging caution saying unforeseen problems may slow the work. cautiously optimistic. a break now headline straight ahead.
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5:30 a.m. live pictures prove cameron said francisco shot from the south bay the word on whether today we are starting things off on the mild side still one this afternoon but nearly as hot. >> we will get into the '90s but staying out of the triple digits
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spot of record-breaking temperatures those temperatures are taking a dive today walnut creek there is at 61 by noon up bradys your high today will be 92. a big difference from the triple digits but warm out there. however '70s by 8:00 p.m. elsewhere much cooler in san francisco compared to yesterday. we are at 61 for san francisco, 66 oakland, concord livermore's well. we are seeing fog rolling in. my upper 60s for mountain view and 713 san jose. by 10:00 a.m. we should warming up into the 80s and end the afternoon sun '90s but not much more than that. afternoon highs will be in '80s and '90s is well thing: it down into the '70s by 8:00 p.m.
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your afternoon highs getting up to 92 for santa rosa and 90 napa, fairfield 96, mid-70s drew san francisco, much of the bay will see 80 is 86 redwood city, low 80s around hayward and oakland. temperatures in the low 90s 923 los gatos, overall a big difference from yesterday. one of the warmer spots upper 90s for livermore, her high clouds moving and even inland. cooling off a bit from yesterday. 7 day around obeyed. cooling trend highlighted over the next few days in fact more of a dip in temperature by tomorrow. by the weekend 80 is in the warmer inland spots. los '70s around the bay low sixties
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for the coast. >> if you are headed out the door right now no hot spots that is the good news. bay bridge toll plaza traffic is building but still easy conditions from all approaches headed west bound toward the city. metering lights remain off so drive times a year rain dissevered cisco very good. problem see pat. headlights and the san francisco right now no problem for your ride. james let a few more cars but still an easy conditions making your way toward the peninsula. if you are
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taking lower deck of the bay bridge getting there is problem free. >> this city of san bruno will not have the federal government to help pay for cost. the governor's office is weighing whether to appeal after the federal emergency officials turned down the state's request for millions in federal disaster aid for the gas pipeline >> clean up efforts will continue for the next few weeks this tab to restore this neighborhood to how it looked like before the september 9th blast. unisys all the destruction was bad it was not bad enough or local state governments as well as pg&e cannot pick up the tab it is their responsibility. fema will pay for 75 percent of the firefighting cost sampras mail mayor as well as state have 30 days to appeal this decision
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which they are more than likely to do. >> federal judge has blocked the execution of a convicted rapist and murderer jonathan blum has more. >> federal judge has done a 180 he has reversed his own ruling that would have given california the go-ahead to execute convicted rapist and murderer albert brown. it is on hold until early next year. nine page ruling judge fogel says it has ordered him to take a closer look at the execution policies he simply cannot do that in today's he has less before brown is scheduled to die. jonathan blum kron 4 news. >> sheriffs department is trying to figure out why dead 300, there was left outside a grocery store in san leandro. a white pickup truck was seen coming the bears' body sunday night the
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animal had been shot in the shoulder. bear hunting season did star last month in some parts of the state but why anybody would do this is beyond them. san jose woman has been arrested for the seventh time accused of vandalizing luxury vehicles in santa clara county. 30 year-old nancy g. neon after she vandalized a bmw, mercedes at the west you view mall. she was booked political her this after she posted bail for a similar offense. d.a. says she has been charging five other incidents. sheriff officials say she is being held on $1 million bill. 5:36 a.m. another break. a live
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we are back at 539 a.m. to candidates in the governor's race agreed economy is this bad shape. but they disagree on how to fix it. they disagree on the other issues as well. they squared off last nine. it didn't take long for sparks to fly. >> it began cordially enough but they mixted up early tangling on special interest. >> he will bring things together at the meeting of union and special interest to pick in >> targeted tax cuts are targeted to billionaires' like ms. whitman. it is a $5 billion tax break that will go to the
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richest people in california. >> brown said label him a tool the labor union and question his record on death penalty. >> 40 year record of being liberal on crime. >> i will not play politics with the death penalty. i will call carry out the law in regard to capital punishment. >> the last time you were governor you read for president twice within two years of taking the offices. what assurances can you offer the u.s. focus on the straw. >> age. l (laughter) in know if i was young girl you know i would be running again. >> keep it june following a decision between now and nov. checking our web site for the
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latest. >> alive lookit san mateo bridge looks like traffic moving at the limit. latest word on commuter and forecast coming up. ring ring ring ring. hey, your chicken noodles ringing.
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i'll hold. she's holding. wha? [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. ring ring. progresso soup is only 99 cents when you buy 4 this week at safeway. shop now. welcome back to the morning news analysis 544 had the wednesday. fog of moving into the picture across the golden gate bridge this morning also seeing cool temperatures move back in low clouds and fog once again this morning the cooling trend starting to kick in today getting breezy into the afternoon. we are talking about big drops in temperatures. lets take a look at how much cooler it is expected today. san francisco 17 degrees same in san rafael. fog degree drop in temperatures in santa rosa, 10 in oakland, concord. overall it
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will be cooler. still keeping temperatures warmed just not as hot as well we saw yesterday. current temperatures are actually in the '60s for san francisco, 66 for oakland and concord. temperatures into the '70s this morning san jose 71, 75 to fremont into the afternoon warming it up into the '90s for santa rosa finally out of those troubled digits. 963 fairfield san francisco coming in mid-70s elsewhere on the day mainly in the '80s. 85 through hayward, redwood city 86 knuckling off much from the coast in the afternoon we could keep temperature at 70 degrees for have monday so still beach weather. all in the low 90s 87 degrees for mountain view. 7 day around the bay keeps the school
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today even cooler tomorrow another 10 degrees drop heading into thursday, friday cooler than that by the weekend temperatures low to mid-80s low seventies around the bay and low sixties for the coast. for 40 6:00 a.m. >> we're not talking any hot spots a very easy conditions on the road was right now. finishing off with the bridge check. typical easy ride at the bay bridge toll plaza no delays from all approaches for your westbound ride just nine minutes from the thought of the maze towards fremont streets in francisco. if you are thinking about taking san mateo bridge no problems here traffic moving well in both directions those taillights headed in the jimmy direction towards foster city still quiet at the golden gate bridge those bright lights making their way into san francisco foggy but no problems across the span you can see
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traffic moving at the limit right now. wrapping up with the south bay 1 01 is and was in no problems here those headlights headed southbound right now very easy conditions. more company making year when the committee direction headed north but still good drive times downtown san jose 14 minutes. >> kron 4 is yoli one of our soul reporters keeping an eye on conditions there as we are still in peak fire >> it is dark out here even when i walk on the vegetation you can here crunch because it is so dry. this is why people have to be cautious and aware today just because the hot conditions and dry vegetation it is very flammable right now. you want to stay away from using electrical long wars in that kind of things. that could spark a
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number and then from there fire. if you see any smoke report that right away so taking come out and try to put it out as quickly as possible >> things you yoli. 5:48 a.m. big changes coming from cal sports in its move to cut cost uc-berkeley is eliminating five sports programs including men's rugby team spirit the cuts begin next year and will save $4 million per year. >> cal athletic is not immune to the effects of the recession and the financial imperatives dictated alliance support must be reduced. >> rugby, baseball, men's and women's gymnastics will also be cut. car accidents are the cause of death and now there's a big push to pass national that the
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guidelines to make things safer >> tougher regulations on team drivers that is a safety debate be imposed to congress when it comes to bringing teams stayed behind the wheel advocates say there should be federal standards not different ones determined by each state. >> in makes clear sense that if you know something is working at local level you take federal action to encourage everybody around the country to take steps that can save lives. >> advocates want a graduated licensing program which would give young drivers more privileges in phases. first learner's permit at 16 years old to learn to drive with supervision. intermediate level after passing road test but prohibits nighttime driving. and then a full license. >> i am a 60 year-old team driver for teenagers safe
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driving is not as simple as taking away cell phone. new team drivers is another risk by driving with other genes as passengers and driving unsupervised at night. >> some parents say it will make their job easier. he lost his only son to a car crash. >> parents don't have to be the bad guy when they say you can't take your friends and a car or you can drive late at night. >> despite emotional pleas there's no time frame as to when or if it will move through congress. >> we will take a break back with more headlines of the moment a quick look of the golden gate bridge. that has been the fog the shot this morning with fog shrouding the road. we will be right
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welcome back to kron 4 morning news 5:54 a.m. lookit your
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daytime highs different from yesterday no triple digits today we will cool it off considerably today. check how much cooler 17 degrees cooler in san francisco, san rafael. everybody looking at big drops continuing with the cool down making our way towards the weekend. all full look coming up. >> 554 right now seems like people just don't care about car pool restrictions in this morning's people behaving badly stanley revisits the sterling street on ramp. >>it is that time again. time to check in on the sterling street on ramp to the bay bridge. between the hours of 3:30 and 7 p.m. monday through friday three people are required in all passenger vehicles, unless it is a two -seater, or the driver has a car pooler sticker. all the chp has to do is stand on the ramp and visually inspect cars, then pulls one over if the driver is in violation. when a driver is pulled over then they could be issued a ticket for being in a
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car pool lane alone. the driver of this white mercedes said her friend told her to take this on ramp, but when she saw that car pool signs. >> i tried to make a u-turn but the car was all packed up so i couldn't make a u-turn. >> chp officer patrols this on ramp just about every day, and catches violators just about every day. >> do you have your license, registration, and insurance? >> this driver claimed he was stuck in traffic and get out. and that is how he ended up in the carpool lane. he was issued a ticket for being a single passenger in the carpool lane. a ticket that will set him back $446. now one may tend to think that if and on ramp is patrol the every day by the chp, looking for car pool violators that at some point, the well would run dry. however you have never been to this on ramp/carpool lane, because the sterling street on ramp in san francisco appears to be a very deep well, bubbling with a car pool violators. in san francisco, stanley roberts, kron 4 news.
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>> we will take our break at 5:56 a.m. we have live picture of the bay bridge toll plaza your right looking good no problems on this ban to report. whether wyse
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